The City of Newport Beach
Newport Beach and the Newport Coast are affluent areas of Orange County, California. Newport Beach coastline neighbors Corona Del Mar, Huntington Beach and is adjacent to Balboa Island. The Newport Coast offers a variety of upscale modern and traditional architecture.
Highlights of Newport Coastal LivingGolfing, dining, shopping, boating are all popular activities on the Newport Beach coastline.
The back bay and the Newport Harbor engage residents and visitors with paddle board rentals as well as duffy boat and pontoon boat rentals. Take a whale watching tour or jet to Catalina Island on the Catalina Flyer.
Newport Beach ActivitiesThe Pelican Hill Golf Club is an upscale golf club that offers breathtaking scenery and ocean views.
Fashion Island is one of the most popular shopping malls in Orange County and is situated along the Newport Coast right off the Coast Highway.
Inspiration Point and Lookout Point are on a cliff that sits above Corona Del Mar State Beach and was voted ‘best picnic spot’ by the OC Weekly in 2013.
The Wedge is a popular surfing spot and has the biggest waves in California. Check it out on this real time Surfline Cam.
The Newport Back Bay is a nature reserve and is home to several species of birds and has many hiking and biking trails.
There is a 10 mile loop that is famous among runners and bicyclists.
Popular Newport Beach RestaurantsThere are romantic upscale restaurants as well as family dining restaurants and fun pubs and nightclubs along the Newport Coast.
Some of these include:
Back Bay Bistro
The Cannary provides a romantic waterfront experience for seafood lovers.
Billy’s at the Beach
Blue Beet is the oldest saloon in town and offers an affordable menu with nightly specials, live music and a bar. Must be 21 years old.
Sol Mexican Cochina is just what it it’s name projects, an authentic Mexican seafood restaurant with a touch of Baja. The atmosphere is upbeat, colorful, vibrant, and coastal.
Newport Beach Real Estate and Home Prices
Modern and traditional architecture makes up Newport Beach with new and older homes. Some of the popular coastal communities are Crystal Cove which offers a wide view of the ocean and is adjacent to a relatively new shopping center. Residents get a clear view of Catalina Island as well and Crystal Cove State Park is beachside, right across the street.
Other luxury communities are Newport Ridge and Pacific Ridge.
Depending on where you want to live in Newport Beach, the home prices range from $600,000 to in the millions. If you have questions about buying or selling, Michelle Fry is experienced and local to the South Orange County housing market.
Phone: 949 584-3527